Our latest Seibertron.com galleries come from the Transformers: Robots in Disguise series, and its One-Step simplified sub-line, making us reach the second milestone in such a short time frame - over 400.000 images uploaded!
The galleries, which you can access below by clicking on any of the images, feature Decepticons Springload, Quillfire, but also Patrol Mode Strongarm, Gold Armor Grimlock, Bumblebee and Sidewsipe. Check them out!
Fellow Seibertronians, courtesy of fellow user Starsaber468, we get a nice look at the upcoming Leader class Blaster figure along with the Legends class figures Rewind and Wheelie in the form of video reviews. While Blaster's is in Chinese, it offers a fairly comprehensive look at the various features. The other two are in English. Check them out and let us know what you think of them in the comments below.
Thanks to the Collectors Club itself, we have word that the final Figure Subscription Service has been extended until this Friday at 11pm. We have mirrored the message below for all to read. As you may remember, we have mentioned before that the Subscription is open to all previous members, so if you are included in that list, order up!
The Transformers Figure Subscription Service (TFSS) 5.0 order period has been extended until Friday at 11PM central time.
You can order your TFSS 5.0 until then. Please note, there is no limit on the number of subscriptions you can purchase as the TFSS is built to order.
You can either pay in full or by installment. Also, everyone that completes the full TFSS will also receive a BONUS 7th deluxe figure! This bonus 7th deluxe figure features a head sculpt not yet released at U.S. retail.
Thank you for your support! This is it! The last Transformers FSS! Don't miss it.
Howdy fellow Seibertronians; are you ready to delve into the world of comics, catch-up with the current conversation or just continue your favorite ongoing series? Well the new Comixology Unlimited service may be just what you're looking for. Fellow user Flashwave has pointed us to a ComicBookResources.com article explaining the new service. And of course a wide variety of Transformers comics are included in Unlimted.
Highlights are as follows:
•Unlimited reading of selected rotating titles
•Read online or offline on your device
•30 day free trial
•$5.99 a month
•US only, more regions to follow
The entire article can be read here and to be taken to the official Comixology site to sign up for a free trial, click here.
Remember to keep your browsers pointed to Seibertron.com for the latest in Transformer news, the largest Transformers galleries found on the web and the liveliest Transformers discussion this side of a space bridge.
This is bound to change soon so anyone interested in keeping tabs on the available preorders for the heavily sought after combiner wars Deluxe Groove is encouraged to subscribe to this thread for any updates. As of now (May 24th 2:30 pm eastern), here are two places where preorders are still available:
Ready for those Transformers comics to finally come out tomorrow? Well, thanks to Priscilla Tramonato on Instragram, we now have a look at the Incentive Covers for tomorrow's More Than Meets The Eye 53 and The Transformers 53. The Transformers cover shows off a very angry Arcee about to slash the crap out of any con that stands in front of her, while the More Than Meets The Eye cover shows off Swerve looking all relaxed and hanging out in his favorite place: The Bar. Check out the covers mirrored below, and come back tomorrow for our reviews of More Than Meets The Eye and The Transformers, and as always stay tuned to Seibertron.com for all your latest Transformers News and Galleries!
The clock just struck 12:00 am EST and Cinderella Transformers Combiner Wars Deluxe Groove just arrived. BigBadToyStore.com just posted the pre-orders for Combiner Wars Deluxe Groove for $24.99.
If Combiner Wars isn't your bag, BBTS also just posted the pre-orders for MP-25L Masterpiece LoudPedal for $89.99 which is a Decepticon flavored redeco of MP-25 Masterpiece Tracks.
Remember to keep your browsers pointed to Seibertron.com for the latest in Transformer news, the largest Transformers galleries found on the web and the handiest Transformers sightings this side of a space bridge.
Evening fellow Canadians, tonight we have some new deals to share with you! ToysRus has had new Transformers, price drops, and crazy sales lately but believe it or not that craziness isn't over. It appears (online and in store) that there some deals to be had, primarily with Platinum Editions and Combiner Wars G2 Collection Packs. Take a look at the pic below and follow the link if you're interested. Stay tuned to Seibertron.com: home for the best Galleries and Conversation around!
Welcome folks, today we have quite a treat from Seibertronian native Wolfman Jake. He has poignantly put together his thoughts and pictures for an awesome review of TakaraTomy Transformers Legends LG-EX Rhinox, Rattrap, & Waspinator! Comparisons and insights galore featured below, so take it away Jake!
My LG-EX Beast Wars figures arrived this morning!
As promised, I've got some comparison pics with the previous Takara Tomy releases of these molds. Unfortunately, I sold off my Hasbro versions a while back, so I don't have any in-hand comparison pictures with those versions. Note that for all comparison pictures below, the figure on the left is the original Takara Tomy release, while the figure on the right is the LG-EX release. Without further ado, though, here they are, starting with...
Rattrap (Beast Mode)
Rattrap (Robot Mode)
Rattrap is definitely the least changed of the three. The most obvious difference is that the rat's eyes are now black, to better match Rattrap's on-screen beast mode. There are a few other subtle differences, though. The plastic color for the "fleshy" parts of rattrap, like his paws, is slightly more saturated with pink in the LG-EX version. Likewise, the tan painted parts are every so slightly more saturated with orange. This is easiest to see on Rattrap's robot face and thighs. Finally, the red paint used for Rattrap's robot mouth and eyes is exactly the same shade on the LG-EX version, whereas the previous Transformers Legends release used a darker red for the eyes than the mouth. The matching reds, unsurprisingly, are more screen accurate. There doesn't seem to be much of a difference with the gray plastic used for the rat body of each figure, nor the brown fur highlights on their rumps. For me, the LG-EX version's colors just pop that much better. I switched the rat heads on my two figures to give the LG-EX version screen accurate red rat eyes for robot mode, which is the more important mode to me in terms of accuracy.
Waspinator (Beast Mode)
Waspinator (Robot Mode)
Waspinator has really stepped it up quite a bit with the LG-EX release. The "paint mask" (e.g., the paint operations layout) between both versions is basically identical. The only difference are with the plastic and paint colors, each being lighter, more saturated, and more accurate to Waspinator's screen appearance. The LG-EX release is missing most of the shiny metallic plastic and paint apps, going for a more glossy look instead. The light green, yellow, and medium browns match up extremely well with the original cartoon. The wings are exactly the same, giving a wonderful iridescent effect, like actual insect wings. There is ONE change to the paint mask between the two. The LG-EX version, like the show counterpart, has yellow and black striping on his robot mode head antennae. They are simply left plain gold on the earlier release.
Rhinox (Beast Mode)
Rhinox (Robot Mode)
Last, but certainly not least, we have Rhinox! I think Waspinator gets the "most improved" award, but Rhinox is certainly a contender for that accolade. The LG-EX beast skin is no longer metallic and shiny, going instead for a glossy look that's a bit more natural for an organic rhinoceros. The beast mode eyes are white with black pupils now, instead of just black, again matching the show character model that much better. The rubbery "rump" part on the back matches the harder plastic parts of the body much better now with the LG-EX release. The rhino horn and toe nails are also a slightly lighter shade or bronze now. For the robot mode, there are a few subtle differences that look fantastic, like painting the rhino gums pink. It really is a spectacular little detail to include this time around. Gone are the dark green paint apps on the robot mode forearms. Those were, I believe, a detail of the original toy, but doing without them is more show accurate. The coloring on the robot mode chest bits that flank the lower rhino jaw are also different. The original release paints those robot bits in gold with black trim, while the LG-EX version paints them the same green to match his other robot mode parts. Since these parts are an embellishment on the original show character model, the green technically is more "accurate" simply because it better blends in with the rest of the robot bits and can be overlooked.
Here's a look at the boxes these guys came in:
These boxes are no-frills. Obviously, they are in black in white, which is a common trope for Takara Tomy exclusive figures. Inside, each figure is wrapped in a plastic baggy and secured in the box with a simple cardboard framework. It's basically a folded sheet or cardboard with holes in a few places where each figure is just kinda "crammed" in. Waspinator and Rhinox are boxed in robot mode, for the most part, while Rattrap is boxed in beast mode. Also, of note, apparently Rattrap, according to the box, is an Autobot! Rhinox is properly identified as a Maximal and Waspinator as a Predacon, however. Check the second pic with the "LG-EX" labels. Rattrap is also the victim of some bad Romanization, being named "Rattorp" on the front of his box. Oops! He's correctly named "Rattrap" in the instructions, however.
Thanks for taking a look. If anyone interested in these LG-EX Beast Wars figures has any questions for me, I'll be happy to answer them!
The latest Seibertron.com exclusive character render and bio from the Hasbro/Backflip/Space Ape mobile game Transformers: Earth Wars is none other than the first fan-built character, making her third appearance in a different medium (after comics and cartoon): Windblade! Check out the image and bio below - as we can tell you that the game will finally roll out on June 2nd (or so we're told).
Windblade is valiant, dutiful and full of conviction... to a fault.The fault being she can be too trusting, too idealistic, almost to the point of naivety. It sometimes drives her closest Autobot allies to distraction, but in a pinch there's no one more committed to the cause or energetic in battle. An experienced swordswoman, she also has the rare ability to communicate with the vast and ancient race of Metrotitans.
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